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U.S. Rep. Colin Allred is closing in on Sen. Ted Cruz, as a new poll shows the senator leading Allred by just three points. The poll, conducted by the University of Houston and Texas Southern University, shows that about 57% of likely voters said they would vote for Cruz, while 44% said they would vote for Allred. About 3% said...

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U.S. Rep. Colin Allred is closing in on Sen. Ted Cruz, as a new poll shows the senator leading Allred by just three points. The poll, conducted by the University of Houston and Texas Southern University, shows that about 57% of likely voters said they would vote for Cruz, while 44% said they would vote for Allred. About 3% said...

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San Antonio Schools Face Budget Crisis Amid State Funding Failures

San Antonio school districts, like those across Texas, are bearing the burden of the state...

Texas Public Schools Will Get More Money If They Use Biblical Curriculum

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Oklahoma Supreme Court Blocks Nation’s First Religious Charter School

The Oklahoma Supreme Court has blocked what was set to become the nation’s first religious...

Patrick Promises 10 Commandments In Texas Schools

Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick has promised the Texas Senate would pass a bill mandating the...

Arizona Shows The Voucher Money Shuffle In Action

The primary complaint against school vouchers is that they result in the funneling of money...

Healthcare

Potential Supreme Court Decision On Idaho Emergency Abortions May Influence Texas Ban

The US Supreme Court is poised to permit emergency abortions in Idaho, according to a Blooberg report. This decision could have significant implications for states with strict abortion bans like Texas.  According to Bloomberg, a...

Infant Mortality Spikes In Texas After Abortion Ban

Critics of Texas’s near-total ban on abortion claimed that the law would only create more death, not lessen it. A new study shows that is accurate. Researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public...

Both Texas Senators Fail To Protect IVF

Two bills came before the U.S. Senate this week that were supposed to protect in-vitro fertilization, one of them written by Texas’s own Sen. Ted Cruz. Both failed to pass, leaving the fate of...

Texans Who Rely On Medicaid Are In Big Trouble

The Texas Medicaid system is going through some major changes and millions of Texans are losing access to care. The first problem is the return of Medicaid eligibility checks last year. During COVID, millions of...

Are There Brain-Eating Worms In Texas?

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Republicans Slam Trump’s Attempt To Disassociate From Project 2025

After Donald Trump distanced himself from project 2025, a far-right plan to transform the U.S. into an authoritarian regime, Republicans are saying his efforts are “preposterous,” because the people who wrote the plan worked...

Supreme Court Blocks Texas And Florida’s Efforts To Control Social Media Content

The U.S. Supreme Court has temporarily halted efforts in Texas and Florida to control how social media giants like Facebook, TikTok, X, and YouTube manage user content, according to the Associated Press (AP).The cases...

Paxton Under Fire: Federal Probe Confirmed? 

A federal appeals court has confirmed that Attorney General Ken Paxton and his office are still under investigation by federal authorities, as reported by The Dallas Morning News.The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals...

Trump And Biden’s First Presidential Debate Of 2024: Key Details

Tonight marks the first presidential debate of the 2024 election season, featuring President Biden and former President Donald Trump. The debate will commence at 9 p.m. ET and will be broadcast by CNN, with...

Rep. Troy Nehls Defends Wearing Military Badge He Didn’t Earn

U.S. Rep Troy Nehls, R-Richmond, has stopped wearing a military service pin, a year after the Army’s confirmation that it was incorrectly awarded. However, he is still defending his military record and suggested the...

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